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Old 05-11-13, 06:49 PM   #1
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Munda Biddi Trail Diversion Map 2b Jarrahdale to Nanga

The Department of Environment and Conservation has advised that effective May 2013 a diversion is in place on the Munda Biddi Trail in the Lane Poole Reserve south of Dwellingup due to logging operations. A 10 km section of the Munda Biddi Trail in the Lane Poole Reserve has been closed due to logging operations. We can add this to the closures that have come about due to mining operations now … soon it will be the new Munda Biddi Trail! The Trail has been diverted with a 11.5 km diversion first to the east of the Murray River and then crossing over to ride the west bank. The diversion will stay in place until it is considered safe to reopen the closed section of the Trail.

A copy of the diversion map is available for download from my Dropbox and further comment on the diversion is available on my blog.


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